President Obama gives his thoughts on Super Bowl XLIX

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WASHINGTON D.C. – Before the Super Bowl, President Obama spoke with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie from the White House Kitchen.

The president talked about his political goals for the next two years.

He also taste-tested beer brewed at the White House, played a game of “either-or” and sort-of predicted who will win the big game.

“Since my Bears are not in it, I always think it’s wise for me not to choose a team. Because then I just alienate one big city. But I will say that it’s gonna be close. And the question I have is whether Seattle’s secondary is healthy enough. That’s the heart and soul of their team. They’ve got three guys back there who are hurt. I don’t know how that’s gonna affect the game,” he said.


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